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Saskatchewan Greenheads - Mallards By David A. Maass

By David Maass

Saskatchewan Canada Greenhead ducks painted by Duck artist David Maass

Mallards usually form pairs (in October and November in the Northern hemisphere) only until the female lays eggs at the start of nesting season which is around the beginning of spring, at which time she is left by the male who joins up with other males to await the molting period which begins in June (in the Northern hemisphere). During the brief time before this, however, the males are still sexually potent and some of them either remain on standby to sire replacement clutches (for female Mallards that have lost or abandoned their previous clutch) or forcibly mate with females that appear to be isolated or unattached regardless of their species and whether or not they have a brood of ducklings.

Saskatchewan Greenheads - Mallards by David A. Maass is available for sale as a signed and numbered limited edition print with a 16-1/2 x 25 image size priced at $145 unframed.

Order yours today. All paintings are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Painting of a flock of Mallard Ducks landing in a quiet north country marsh painted by wildlife artist David Maass. We have a lot of other great waterfowl paintings on our website.

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Print 16-1/2 x 25 Image Size 950 $145.00

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